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  • Re: Kick Ash Basket

    I haven't found one yet. I really like mine.
  • Re: Free large egg

    Congrats on the free egg! That's the first photo I've seen of the new band/hinge right next to the old style. It will be interesting with the lower clearance while open and using the AR.
  • Re: Mini Egg???

    I can't argue some of your points @Focker. I can say, however, that the Mini is pretty fun to cook on and it's a little work horse. I bought mine for the fun of it and because I got a great deal. I struggled a bit getting the hang of cooking with the food so close to the fire compared to my other eggs but now that I have things figured out, it's fantastic for a quick lunch or when I go on the road and I'm tired of eating out. To each their own - for me, the mini is "Thumb's up!"

    Hell, I've pissed away more money drinking for a weekend than what the Mini cost me.
  • Re: Sous Vide Prime Rib results

    Nice cook! I miss their brats too. The jalapeno and cheddar were always my favorite. I'm sure they have some new flavors since I've been there. Must be at least 10 years or more.
  • Re: How do I slow this train down? Woke to 275 grid on prime brisket. Also replacement gauge thoughts??

    The only problem I have ever had with FTC for a brisket was pulling it directly off the egg, foiling, and hitting the road for 4 hours to a gathering. I put it in the foil too hot and the thing went from perfect to "fall apart" when we got there. That's the basis for my suggestion to rest it a bit before FTC. If your cooler is warmed up, you can let the brisket cool a bit and stop cooking and it will be fine to FTC for hours and it shouldn't fall apart.
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